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Application Pool Monitoring Automation – Powershell to check if an application pool has stopped

Monitoring the App pool status manually is very difficult for all the time, and some times we may aware that App pool has stopped while browsing the URL so to avoid those type of scenario below PowerShell script will help of check the status of the application pool recycle and start if its stopped. So you can make integrate the below script in Task scheduler for specific interval time for checking the status of the App pool and start if it stopped. You may also include the email trigger if its stopped and started by the script.

Executed and Tested Version

OS : Windows 10
IIS : 10.0.15063.0
PowerShell version : 5.1.15063.1155

 

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I hope you have idea of how to check the application pool status and start using Powershell . I would like to have feedback from my posts readers. Your valuable feedback, question, or comments about this article are always welcome.

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